Blurry (Lag) after Win10 reinstallation

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Blurry (Lag) after Win10 reinstallation

Post by Fox » Mon Jul 08, 2019 5:18 pm

Hey Guys,

after researching like the whole Web i need some help with my Teeworlds (DDNet-Client)

I configured my Settings like deen suggested in the following Thread: [url=https://forum.ddnet.tw/viewtopic.php?f=68&t=5739&p=57810&hilit=neovo#p57810]Input Delay after Win10 reinstallation by Neovo[/url]

The mini Lags went better after that configuration.. but its not just a little smoother.. not like as i know.
FPS went up from ~140 to over 1100

It worked fine before i lost my Settings (forgot to backup, my fault)
Would be happy' bout some help!:)


P.s.: I think im too stupid to insert URLs.. or it still doesnt work :D

best regards,
Fox

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Re: Blurry (Lag) after Win10 reinstallation

Post by deen » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:41 pm

Change the settings in your GPU driver about whether to use dedicated or integrated graphics, try disabling power saving in the GPU driver when DDNet is running. Try out gfx_opengl3 with 0 or 1 (needs a client restart). Or even try updating your graphics driver.

You can also try turning off scaling. right click on the executable -> settings -> disable scaling on high dpi.

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Re: Blurry (Lag) after Win10 reinstallation

Post by Fox » Wed Jul 10, 2019 1:16 am

Thx deen for the fast replay,

i will try it soon, but i found out that i dont have these "lags" with my TV as extended screen.. its smooth af then D:

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Re: Blurry (Lag) after Win10 reinstallation

Post by deen » Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:44 am

That confirms my guess that it's your GPU settings, not DDNet.

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